Muhammad  Price

Muhammad Price

1624872986

Built & Deployed featuring Mars Veterinary Health & their integrated IaaS, SaaS and PaaS

Aravind R and his team at Mars Veterinary Health use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their global pet healthcare business. With over 2500 locations worldwide and an ever growing portfolio of providers, they need to scale quickly and integrate many disparate systems. They chose OCI to enable rapid, powerful and secure company growth while integrating IaaS, Paas and SaaS. Operations Manager Aravind R sat down with Zach Matthews to discuss their deployment.

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Built & Deployed featuring Mars Veterinary Health & their integrated IaaS, SaaS and PaaS
Muhammad  Price

Muhammad Price

1624872986

Built & Deployed featuring Mars Veterinary Health & their integrated IaaS, SaaS and PaaS

Aravind R and his team at Mars Veterinary Health use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their global pet healthcare business. With over 2500 locations worldwide and an ever growing portfolio of providers, they need to scale quickly and integrate many disparate systems. They chose OCI to enable rapid, powerful and secure company growth while integrating IaaS, Paas and SaaS. Operations Manager Aravind R sat down with Zach Matthews to discuss their deployment.

#iaas #saas #paas

Jake  Luettgen

Jake Luettgen

1620370860

IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS: A Comparison

Introduction

Businesses looking to establish themselves online have numerous options. They can not only choose the providers, but the service they wish to receive. Cloud computing has become an extremely popular hosting method due to flexibility in price, features, and support/management. Within the concept of cloud computing, you are typically presented with three distinct categories of services offered:

  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service
  • Platform-as-a-Service
  • Software-as-a-Service

Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, use cases, and appeal depending on the project at hand. Let’s explore each of them and see what they are and how they differ.

IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service)

What is it?

IaaS or Infrastructure-as-a-Service is a cloud computing service where the consumer receives the use of a virtual machine (VM). The IaaS provider specifies the amount of hardware performance/capacity to allocate to the VM. It also starts the VM, and boots it with the chosen operating system (OS). The client only ever accesses or has to be concerned with the Multi-Tenant VM; all the physical hardware is monitored and serviced by the provider (hence the infrastructure being the service provided).

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What is the difference between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

Knowing the difference Between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS will enable to arrive at an informed decision when opting for outsourced infrastructure facilities. Read on for a greater insight into various available options.

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Zelma  Gerlach

Zelma Gerlach

1625028960

What Are Cloud IAAS, PAAS, SAAS, FAAS, And Why We Use Them

An explanation of service models and why they are structured the way they are

Your first approach to the Cloud may be very confusing. The Cloud is gigantic, and there is not only ONE Cloud, but many viable choices in the market. Soon or late, if you decide to become a programmer, you will need to start learning how to work in ONE Cloud, or, if you are unlucky, many different Clouds depending on the requests of your client.

In this article, before even explaining what are the four main service models (IAAS, PAAS, FAAS, SAAS), I will first explain in a low-resolution perspective what is the Cloud, how it is structured, and why it is structured this way; only then I can finally explain what are service models in a way you can easily understand them. If you are, however, eager to find out about them, you can scroll to the end of the article.

The Cloud

The Cloud is a must-know tool in the curriculum of every programmer, not only of data scientists. Expect to be asked about your experience with at least one Cloud and several of its tools for every interview. The Cloud is a marketplace belonging to one company (usually a Tech Giant) where you can use a myriad of services for almost every programming task you need. Although your first-year subscription will likely be free (depending on the Cloud you chose), you will need to pay a monthly subscription after it has expired. The biggest clouds are:

  • AWS_Amazon Web Services
  • GCP_Google Cloud Platform
  • Oracle Cloud
  • Azure Cloud (Microsoft)
  • IBM Cloud
  • Alibaba Cloud

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